The Mosaic was a project. A term paper is a project. A new redwood deck in your back yard is a project.. And now, according to the NYTimes, the war in Iraq is also a project!<br><br>Be back in an hour, Hon. Goin' to Home Depot for some ammo so's I can finish The Project.<br><br>
It's a Project for the New American Century. <br><br>This is one of the more strange rhetorical turns this war has taken, but not surprising really. The Bush Administration has done everything it can do to satiate public disapproval of the Iraq War but change policy in any rational way. If this is a "project," that suggest experimentation or something willful that can be justified on some level far removed from the reasons that proceeded the war in the first place.<br><br>Got no nuclear weapons? Got no unmanned combat drones? That's cool... it's a project.<br><br>-- Charlie Alpha Roger Yankee Whiskey
I've heard a little aboutr the PNAC, but honestly haven't paid very much attention to it. I was just caught off-guard by the casual way the Times referred to a war as a "project". For the most part I enjoy and respect the Times, but sometimes it's like watching Art Linkletter's Kids Say The Darndest Things! <br><br>
<br>certainly you see the similarity Steve.... most Iraqi neighborhoods have become as safe as those down in "The project" <br><br>hence it's a Project, too !!<br><br>oh ain't it a wonderful war ?<br>Georges little own War... <br>like a chip off the ole block...<br><br><br><br>I'm waiting for his approval to hit 30%<br>I don't think it'll go lower because some hard core element like Matt, Bryan and Skul would defend Bush if he killed the Pope !!<br>"The Pope was harboring convocations of massed Instruction !!" Bush was heard to explain. <br><br> <br>David (OFI)<br>
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